Played Logan Saturday with Joe J and Mike R. Overall, the course is impressive and very challenging. Nearly every hole has 'kick your ass' difficulty to score a par until you've played a few times. Having someone to spot on the many blind shots helps too. Be prepared for a hike up and down the hills (bring a chair). My card was not enjoying the round as more a function of being out of shape. I agree with the previous post that this is not a beginner friendly course either in shot making or walking the course.
I think having a mindset of getting a workout while you play will increase your enjoyment of Logan.
The design could benefit from some tweaking and I acknowledge the long walks between holes may be necessary to get the most out of the property. However, some holes are simply unsafe. For example, the last hole, 18, finishes deep to the right of hole 1. Anyone teeing off hole 1 can easily turn a disc over into 18's green. Likewise, anyone walking up the hill from 18's green may find themselves in harm's way from Hole 1's tee shot.
Again, the course has some incredible holes on a beautiful piece of property. I appreciate Dave Mac's desire to bring disc golf on a 'par' with ball golf. Though bigger and longer does not translate to a better experience. For this disc golfer, challenging and fun outweighs challenging and brutal.